Championship Weekend Recap
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. -- The Tampa Bay Rowdies kept pace at the top of the table with a 5-0 victory over Memphis 901 FC, their second 5-0 win this month.
For a full wrap on the biggest storylines from around the league, click here. Here's a look at how the matches we highlighted last week ended up.
Memphis 901 FC - 0
Tampa Bay Rowdies - 5
Kwadwo Poku, Andrew Tinari, Leo Fernandes and Malik Johnson all scored as the Rowdies picked up a big win. Poku's goals were his first two of the season and Johnson added a pair of assists to his goal.
North Carolina FC - 0
Louisville City FC - 1
North Carolina climbed to second place in the East with a win over the Rowdies midweek, but fell to defeat in Louisville and now finds itself in fifth again. Magnus Rasmussen netted the only goal of the match in the second half.
Charleston Battery - 1
Nashville SC - 2
Charleston scored first and led at halftime, but Nashville equalized in the 56th minute and then scored the game-winner deep in stoppage time to pick up a home win.
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United Soccer League Championship Stories from August 26, 2019
- Game Notes: Tacoma Defiance vs. Phoenix Rising FC - August 27, 2019 - Tacoma Defiance
- Phoenix Rising FC Sets out on Two-Match, One-Week Road Trip - Phoenix Rising FC
- Orange County Score Three for a Crucial Home Victory - Orange County SC
- Championship Weekend Recap - Tampa Bay Rowdies
- Three Things: Rowdies 5 - 0 Memphis - Tampa Bay Rowdies
- RDA Hires Justin Evans to Coaching Staff - Pittsburgh Riverhounds SC
- Kristen Hamilton Added to U.S. WNT Roster for Matches vs. Portugal in Philadelphia and St. Paul, Minn. - North Carolina FC
- Nashville SC Shows Resilience and Determination in 2-1 Win over Charleston Battery - Nashville SC
- San Antonio FC Midfielder Ethan Bryant Joins K.S.V. Roeselare - San Antonio FC
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